Bayard Badenhausen, a former Penn psychology instructor, died in his home on October 7, 2017, in South Windsor, Connecticut, at the age of 97.
Dr. Badenhausen, a Philadelphia native, received his undergraduate degree in 1942 from Penn, followed by a Master’s in Philosophy in 1945 and his doctorate in psychology in 1956. He served as an assistant instructor in psychology at Penn in 1944 and as an instructor from 1952 to 1953.
Dr. Badenhausen’s career in psychology and psychoanalysis spanned more than 50 years. In addition to teaching at Penn, he worked for Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn (BBDO) and Continental Can Company in New York City. He also had a private practice in Greenwich Village, New York, from which he retired in 2015.
Dr. Badenhausen is survived by his wife, Cintra (C’49); children John (Donna), Susan Eldridge (Douglas), Morgan, Cintra H. Olson, and Cimbria; and three grandchildren Zohar (Brooke), Nadezhda and Natasha.